Wednesday, December 22, 2004
The Phil Hendrie Show highlights the world’s greatest liars, focusing on Jenny Craig. Phil rants about various diet programs and breaks down the bullcrap. Flashback by request replays Pastor William Rennick wearing a diaper in the manger and making baby noises. David G. Hall calls in with concerns that Phil’s show is boring, so he hooks Phil up to the show monitor. Every time the show starts to slip, Christmas music will play by Mannheim Steamroller. Phil welcomes Dr. Jim Sadler, calling in from the driving range, to discuss “Jesus vs. Santa, who is better?” Father James McQuarters checks in while doing some missionary work with some bush-people in Africa. He is having them sing Christmas songs while playing tunes on his ghetto blaster.
Margaret Gray joins the program, discussing her anger with secularists who tell us that we cannot have religious programming or themes. She is so sick and tired of these bastards for taking Christmas themes away from our children that she compares them to dog excrement or child pornographers. Phil promotes his all request show set for tomorrow night and talks about diamonds.
Steve Bosell is at it again with another lawsuit. This time he is bringing litigation towards his friend and neighbor, Roy Hutchens. Steve and Roy are both active volunteers at Carmella Valley Youth Ranch, and Roy mentioned to Steve that he would be playing Santa for the kids at the holiday party. Steve decided to play a practical joke on his friend by grabbing him between the legs. When he grabbed the Santa, it turned out to be a woman, Vicki Borden. This woman freaked out on Steve in front of the children, and then Steve had what his attorney, Deloris Blasengame, referred to as a laxative effect of his emotions. He suing Vicki Borden and Roy Hutchens for reputational assault, reverse sexual discrimination, and the diarrhea of emotions. Steve also, as the result, never wants to work with kids again.
Show log by Kyle Davis.